Can Genealogy Camp Get More Kids Interested in STEM?

A Harvard University professor hopes to inspire more Latino and black youth to pursue science and technology careers.

An eighth-grade student looks through a magnifying glass during a summer science camp at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. A new two-week genealogy and genetics summer camp launched by a Harvard University professor hopes to diversify the STEM workforce in the United States.
Julio Cortez/AP

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